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16 May, 18:09

A cone with a mass of 6 g has a radius measuring 5 cm and a height of 2 cm, making the volume 52.33g/cm3 (3.14*52 (2/3)). What is its density?

A - 60 g/cm3

B - 52.33 g/cm3

C - 0.11 g/cm3

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  1. 16 May, 19:02
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    The volume of a cone is equal to (pi*r^2*h) / 3

    (pi*25*2) / 3 = 52.35987 ...

    Density = mass/volume

    d = 6 grams / 52.35987 cm^3 = 0.11459 ...

    Final answer: D
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